German scientists regain access to Elsevier journals : Nature News & Comment

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A stand-off in which dozens of German universities declined to pay for access to journals from publishing giant Elsevier has been partially resolved. For more than 40 days, thousands of scientists were cut off from Elsevier journals. But the Dutch publisher said on 13 February that it had chosen to restore their access even though underlying negotiations for a nationwide German licence have not yet been settled.


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Date tagged:

02/15/2017, 12:27

Date published:

02/14/2017, 22:57